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Chapter 1 examines police culture, how officers view their job as well as the risks and rewards of police work. Once again, race pushes police in opposite directions. On a range of issues and attitudes, police and the public often see the world in very different ways. Three-quarters say the incidents have increased tensions between police and blacks in their communities. Overall, the vast majority of officers say they have serious concerns about their physical safety at least sometimes when they are on the job. Again there are gaps by department size, with smaller departments 1, officers or fewer giving their leadership significantly higher ratings when it comes to training and equipping them, as well as communicating job expectations. In fact, across every major demographic group analyzed for this survey, about eight-in-ten officers or more say these high-profile incidents have made policing more challenging and more dangerous.
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The survey also finds that officers remain deeply skeptical of the protests that have followed deadly encounters between police and black citizens. Chapter 5 looks at how officers view various police reforms, including the use of body cameras, and reports on the kinds of police training officers receive to help reduce bias, de-escalate threatening situations as well as how to know when — and when not to — use their service weapons or use deadly force. Despite the national attention given to training and reforms aimed at preventing the use of unnecessary force, relatively few half or fewer rank-and-file officers report having had at least four hours of training in some specific areas over the preceding 12 months. The share of police saying they often or always have serious concerns about their own safety remained fairly consistent in interviews conducted pre-Dallas to post-Dallas. In general, departments that serve larger populations are more racially and ethnically diverse and tend to have a higher share of women serving as full-time officers. That survey included many of the same questions asked on the police survey, allowing direct comparisons to be made between the views of officers and the public. And when the department guidelines are not being followed, police overwhelmingly say fellow officers need to step up.
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Younger officers and white officers are more likely than older or black officers to say they have become more callous. Large majorities of white, black and Hispanic officers agree that police and whites in their communities get along. On a range of issues and attitudes, police and the public often see the world in very different ways. Chapter 1 examines police culture, how officers view their job as well as the risks and rewards of police work. Related Reports Jan 11, And when the department guidelines are not being followed, police overwhelmingly say fellow officers need to step up.
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